This is a great place for an intimate meal with friends.
Dishes are served in a traditional communal style with lots of injera (a fluffy, tangy flatbread) to accompany them. Vegetarian-friendly options are available.
Pay no attention to the dismal decor; the food tastes great. Only go if you are looking for a very casual experience with good friends. The sharing plates are divine; we usually get the most expensive, at $18 it feeds two and contains both meat and vegetables. Keep in mind that to eat this, you eat with your hands! The biggest problem is the service; some nights, you may wait a long time for the one person who seems to be both cooking AND serving the food. The weekends seem to have more employees. No reservation is required. Price indicated is with one drink and taxes and tips.
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